Stardew Valley is coming to mobile this month, first on iOS

Stardew Valley is coming to mobile this month, first on iOS

Stardew Valley is coming to mobile this month, first on iOS

Solo-developer Concerned Ape (aka Eric Barone) made the announcement in a blog post , revealing that Stardew Valley will arrive on iOS App Store on October 24.

We're two weeks out from the iPhone and iPad versions of Stardew Valley. Mods aren't supported, but the game will have all version 1.3 content (like the Night Market). The mobile port is being developed by The Secret Police, rather than the teams now working on porting multiplayer into Stardew's console versions. The iOS version will arrive first, but the developers are now working on finishing up the Android version, so we should get more news on an exact launch date soon.

The cool part, is that players of the PC version will be able to transfer their save via iTunes and continue expanding their existing farms.

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If you haven't played Stardew Valley, you should. "The main difference is that it has been rebuilt for touch-screen gameplay on iOS (new UI, menu systems and controls)".

"It's the full game, not a cut down version, and plays nearly identically to all other versions", says Barone. Well, at least iOS users will since the Android version of the game isn't finished yet. Mods are not supported. With the release of Android Nougat and Vulkan ... It will feature no additional in-app purchasing and will be released on October 24. ConcernedApe also says that this mobile port has no impact on the multiplayer portion of the game that is actively being worked on for console platforms.

Stardew Valley is priced at $7.99 on the Apple App Store.

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